I want to store a history of where each car was at certain times, to analyze e.g. how the gaps change over the race and all kinds of other stuff. Is there a neat way to get the total time since the start of a session from a Lap Data packet? - It seems that the m_sessionTime in the header doesn't reset when doing a flashback (and instead keeps just increasing), so it isn't useful for timing. - In a race, I can calculate the total time by storing the sum of all previous lap times and using m_currentLapTime. However, if a lap is completely missing from the UDP stream (due to connection issues or whatever), the total time can't be recovered after the connection returns. - In a qualifying, the m_sessionTimeLeft is good as the session time doesn't change. However, that time is only sent twice a second, and would require some interpolation for the Lap Data packets.
Jíque posted a topic in Technical AssistanceI'm running Windows 10 with a two-monitor setup. My first monitor has resolution 1920x1080, my second monitor has resolution 1680x1050. I want to run F1 2019 in the second monitor that has resolution 1680x1050. I also want to run it in the Windowed Fullscreen mode. Everything works fine if I run it on the second monitor in the fullscreen mode. However, when I select "Windowed (Fullscreen)", only part of the picture is visible. The menu shows "1920x1080 Custom" as the resolution and I can't change it. The screenshot is what I get after changing the settings. The game thinks it's running in 1920x1080, but as my screen is actually only 1680x1050, the picture is cropped and I'm seeing only a part of the picture. For example, the centre of the cockpit is not in the centre of the image, since the right side of the image is cropped off.